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Earl Mazo, Polish, American writer. Fellow Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Smithsonion Institution, 1972; Decorated Air medals, Bronze Star medal, Presidential citations. Served to lieutenant Army of the United States, World World War II; combat correspondent European Stars and Stripes. Member Academy Political Science, Sigma Delta Chi.

Background

Mazo, Earl was born on July 7, 1919 in Warsaw, Poland. Son of Samuel George and Sonia (Portugal) Mazo.

Education

Graduate, Clemson College, 1940.

Career

Staff, Charleston News and Courier (South Carolina.), also Greenville News, 1939-1941;editor, editorial page, Camden Courier Post, New Jersey, 1945-1950;staff, New York Herald Tribune, 1950-1964;national political correspondent. With, New York Times, New York City, 1964-1965;with, Reader's Digest, 1965-1970.

Works

Membership

Served to lieutenant Army of the United States, World World War II. Combat correspondent European Stars and Stripes. Member Academy Political Science, Sigma Delta Chi.

Clubs: Overseas Press (New York). National Press (Washington).

Connections

Married Rita Vane, 1941 (deceased 2003). Children: Judith Frances, Mark Elliot. Married Regina Schatz, 2006.

2 stepchildren: Stuart, Nancy.

father:
Samuel George Mazo

mother:
Sonia (Portugal) Mazo

spouses:
Rita Vane

Regina Schatz

children:
Judith Frances Mazo

Mark Elliot Mazo

Stuart Mazo

Nancy Mazo